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Specialty Dentistry

At Coastland Dental in Burbank, CA, we offer specialty dentistry services tailored to meet unique dental needs, providing advanced treatments and personalized care for optimal oral health.

Specialty Dentistry

About Specialty Dentistry

The specialty dentistry field has several types of dental specialties including endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and more. Dental specialists are oral healthcare providers who receive specialized training after dental school, much like a neurologist or cardiologist.

At Coastland Dental in Burbank, CA, we take pride in our comprehensive approach to specialty dentistry. Our dedicated team of specialists is committed to providing advanced treatments tailored to meet the unique needs of our patients. From periodontics and endodontics to dental implants and orthodontics, we offer a wide range of specialized services aimed at achieving optimal oral health and enhancing smiles. With state-of-the-art technology and personalized care, we strive to exceed expectations and ensure the highest quality of dental care for every individual who walks through our doors. Trust Coastland Dental for exceptional specialty dentistry services that prioritize your comfort, satisfaction, and long-term oral well-being.

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Dental Implants

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root. They are a solution to replace missing teeth as they serve as a foundtation for bridges or crowns.

Bone Grafting and GBR

Bone grafting is the process of replacing missing bone with a material called a bone graft. This material known as bone graft helps your body regrow lost bone.

Specialty Dentistry

All-On-4

All-On-4 is a dental implant technique where the upper or lower set of teeth are replaced with just four implants. These four Implants act as a support mechanism for the placement of a new set of fixed teeth.

Fixed or Snap-On Dentures

The key difference between the two options is that fixed dentures are permanent and snap-on dentures are not. Both use dental implants, which serve as replacement roots for your teeth made out of titanium, to hold them in place. The implants are placed in your jawbone and stay there. The bridge or the dentures sit on top.